Tag: drumcode

Premiere: Enrico Sangiuliano – Moon Rocks (Original Mix)

Enrico Sangiuliano makes his return to Adam Beyer’s Drumcode with the highly anticipated EP ‘Moon Rocks’. Enrico Sangiuliano began his career through illegal raves in Italy. In recent years, Enrico began putting his releases out into the international techno scene with rhythmic, deep, hypnotic and technological tracks, exuding techno from the heart. His work has been supported, selected and played by the likes of John Digweed, Carlo Lio, Monika Kruse, Christian Smith, Joseph Capriati, Ramon Tapia, Steve Lawler and, of course, Adam Beyer. In fact, if you were in attendance at Awakenings this year, you would have heard this fat ... Read more

Adam Beyer Celebrates 20 Years Of Drumcode With New Compilation Release

Adam Beyer’s Drumcode celebrates 20 years with a new volume of its acclaimed A-Sides series. Always with an eye on the future of talent, as much as maintaining its established roster of heavy-hitters, the compilation showcases the spectrum of Drumcode’s unrivalled techno sound. Led by the stealth techno funk of Beyer’s deft collaboration with Mark Reeve, ‘Nine of You’ (which you can listen to in full below) “A-Sides Vol. 5” also includes the big guns like Alan Fitzpatrick, Dustin Zahn, Bart Skils, Pleasurekraft, Luca Agnelli, Jay Lumen, Kaiserdisco and Gary Beck. “Drumcode A-Sides Vol. 5” is available 1 August on ... Read more

Premiere: dubspeeka – K377 Unfriended (Original Mix)

Emerging from the club-circuit hierarchy is the Bristol born dubspeeka, who premieres a track off his upcoming ‘Unfriended’ EP. Acting as a pivotal associate within the Drumcode legion, dubspeeka has maintained a consistent output of production focused on dark, powerfully-fused techno.  Last year saw him spin at venues such as Gashouder, Tobacco Dock, Bloc, D! Club, The Hydra, and the legendary Berghain among others. Having just come off the back of his debut BPM Festival performance in January, dubspeeka continues to look forward to his 2016 touring schedule – with performances in London, Cologne and Barcelona, amongst others. “Unfriended” will be available via Drumcode May 16th. Artist PageSoundcloud ... Read more

Interview: Pig&Dan

For well over a decade, Pig&Dan have been jamming in the studio, producing musical adventures that hold their signature sound. Pig&Dan’s productions have been released on renowned labels such as Cocoon Recordings, Soma, Bedrock, Terminal M and Plus 8, with the duo collaborating and remixing some of the greats including Underworld and Innercity. Of course, no dance music CV is complete without an extensive touring diary, of which Pig&Dan have in spades. They have visited the likes of Ultra, TomorroWorld, and Awakenings, on the festival tip, while gracing the decks of the world’s best club’s like Amnesia Ibiza, Crobar Buenos ... Read more

Loveland Ventures Off Dutch Soil With Pair Of Off Week Events

Loveland, one Holland’s most well known promoters with more than 20 years in the game, lands for the first time in Spanish territory presenting Loveland Barcelona, taking place in the beautiful (and industrial) Port Forum Barcelona for Off Week, 17th and 18th June. On Friday 17th, Loveland Barcelona kicks off bringing out Drumcode with its label head Adam Beyer, who will be joined by artists strictly connected to the brand’s sonic aesthetics as Dense & Pika, Enrico Sangiuliano, Luigi Madonna, Marco Faraone, Pan-Pot, Paul Ritch live, Sam Paganini, Bart Skils, Nick Curly among others in both Loveland Barcelona stages. Saturday ... Read more

News Of Possible ISIS Attack On Concrete Paris Was Hoax

Since the Paris attacks two weeks ago, ISIS has gained a fierce new adversary in the form of hacker group Anonymous, which has sworn to do everything in its power to block the terrorist organisation at any future attacks and damage them where- and however they can. A subsidiary of of Anonymous caused quite a stir last Sunday when it released a supposed list of events and locations where ISIS allegedly planned to attack on the 22nd. Most notable of which was Concrete’s Drumcode label party, where Joel Mull, X1000, Marcelus, and label head Adam Beyer were to perform. The information released, however, was nothing more than a ... Read more

Interview: Alan Fitzpatrick

Buoyed by the whirlwind success he has achieved since emerging as the new kid on the techno block in 2008, Alan Fitzpatrick is at the top of his game and brimming with the confidence you would expect of a talent acknowledged as one of the most influential techno artists of the moment. A universally respected and in-demand producer, Fitzpatrick has succeeded in carving out his own musical niche within the ever-expanding genre of techno, earning him the reputation of a seemingly unstoppable source of hit music. Tracks such as ‘Truant’, ‘Skeksis’, ‘For An Endless Night’, ‘Always Something For Nothing’ and ... Read more

Mix #170 + Interview: Nick Curly

Ever since his memorable breakthrough in 2008, Nick Curly has established himself as one of the pre-eminent international acts in the modern era of house music. Nick’s run of timeless, club-ready 12”’s and remixes have constantly and consistently found the mark amongst both music fans and his DJ peers. He currently stands at #4 in industry bible Resident Advisor’s most charted acts of all-time, sitting in alongside luminaries Maceo Plex, Butch, Radio Slave and Maya Jane Coles in the top 5, and he has become one of the world’s most in-demand DJs. The majority of Nick’s output has appeared on ... Read more

Full Premiere: Argy & Mama – Without Me (Alan Fitzpatrick Remix)

Once again tracks from the latest Argy & Mama album have been given a reinterpretation by the hands of talented remixers from very different camps. This time Alan Fitzpatrick, Rampa and Mike Starr are stepping up with their contributions. Premiering here is the Fitzpatrick rendition, who has injected a good dose of dark magic to “Without Me“.  Buoyed by the whirlwind success he has achieved since emerging as the hottest name in techno in 2008, Alan Fitzpatrick is currently at the top of his game. On the back of a standout 2014, Fitzpatrick’s underground momentum has seen him garner a wider fanbase ... Read more